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Leopards change venue for Chiefs tie



Two more upcoming Premier Soccer League games have been switched from their original venue at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, the league said on Monday.

Black Leopards’ next home game against Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday will now no longer take place at the stadium but be played at the smaller Old Peter Mokaba Stadium alongside it.

The kick off stays at 7:30pm, the league said.

The Nedbank Cup first round fixture between SuperSport United and Moroka Swallows set down for Polokwane on Saturday, is now to be played in Atteridgeville.

The kick off will remain at 6pm.

Polokwane has been used an alternate venue by SuperSport but the Atteridgeville venue is their designated home ground.

Ajax Cape Town had already switched Tuesday’s league game against Bloemfontein Celtic from the Cape Town Stadium to the Athlone Stadium.



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